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Ghana’s Most Beautiful: Tracking the Paths of Former Queens Over the Years


Media General’s prestigious beauty reality show, the Ghana’s Most Beautiful pageant has given rise to a parade of remarkable women who have not only worn the crown but have also left their indelible mark on various fields.


From healthcare to education, media to entrepreneurship, these former Ghana’s Most Beautiful queens continue to shape the narrative, proving that their reigns were just the beginning of their extraordinary journeys.

Let’s take a look at what these trailblazing women have been up to since their reigns:

1. Ama – 2007 – Central Region


Lena Ama Acquah, the CEO of Pro-Care Initiative and Adepa Afrik, has combined her passion for health and music to make an impact. While Ama Acquah works to improve healthcare, Adepa Afrik uses her platform as a YouTuber and gospel musician to inspire others.

2. Adoley – 2008 – Greater Accra Region


Sarah Naa Adoley Addo has voiced her concerns about not receiving support for her projects. As she navigates her post-pageant journey, her determination and ambition remain steadfast.

3. Nasara – 2009 – Northern Region

Nasara Mariam Abdul-Rauf, although stripped of her crown for alleged misconduct, went on to represent Ghana at Miss Earth 2010 in the Philippines. Despite her challenges, Lamisi, the second runner-up, has found success as the CEO of PalateJoy Bakez and Elite Property GH.

4. Nana Ama – 2010 – Eastern Region

Nana Ama Agyeiwaa has embarked on a journey in education as the CEO of AquaGold Ghana and the proprietress of East Royale Montessori. Her commitment to child psychology continues to shape young minds.

5. Akua – 2011 – Ashanti Region

Sally Akua Amoakowaa Mensah, also known as Salomey Amoakoa Mensah, has taken on multiple roles. From being the general manager of Angel TV to founding Street Aid Ghana, her influence extends across various domains.

6. Emefa – 2012 – Volta Region


Emefa Akosua Adeti has made her presence felt in media as a TV anchor and producer at MX24GH. Her foray into entrepreneurship is evident through her venture, HairSalaMode.

7. Poka – 2013 – Upper East Region

Lawrencia Ayapoka Anafo, the Executive Director of Poka Malsum Foundation, has found her calling in grooming and etiquette coaching. Her foundation continues to empower others.

8. Baciara – 2014 – Upper West Region

Abigail Baciara Bentil, a young diplomat and philanthropist, holds the esteemed position of Miss Africa Country Director. Her influence as a brand influencer extends to various platforms.

9. Esi – 2015 – Central Region

Vera Oheneba Safoah is a woman of multiple talents. Her Pempamsie Foundation and pursuit of law studies at the Ghana School of Law underscore her commitment to giving back and pursuing knowledge.

10. Yaaba – 2016 – Western Region

Nelly Yaba Gbogboe, through her YABA Foundation, has made a mark in philanthropy. As a real estate advisor, she combines her passion for community welfare and business.

11. Zeinab – 2017 – Northern Region

Zeinab Abdul Mumin’s philanthropic efforts and entrepreneurial spirit have taken her far. Her dedication to making a positive impact remains unwavering.

12. Abena – 2018 – Eastern Region

Naomi Abena Obeng has ventured into the world of art, expressing her creativity and contributing to cultural enrichment.

13. Ekua – 2019 – Central Region

Ekua Mends Bannerman has embraced the world of fashion modelling and philanthropy. Her influence extends to brand influencing, where she continues to inspire.

14. Naa – 2020 – Greater Accra Region

Naa Dedei Botchwey, a digital creator and communication expert, champions inclusive education through her foundation. She also curates innovative concepts through her concept store.

15. Safoa – 2021 – Ashanti Region

Benedicta Sarfoa Asamoah leads The Sarfoa Foundation and serves as a brand ambassador and influencer, combining her social impact work with her entrepreneurial spirit.

16. Teiya – 2022 – Northern Region

Tung-Teiya Dahamani has embarked on philanthropic endeavours, leaving her mark on various communities. Her influence as a public figure and brand influencer is evident.


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